111-Multimedia Found Object

When we go about our day to day lives, we pass hundreds of objects. In this class we will take the objects we forget about typically and combine them with other art mediums to create works of art inspired by our day to day lives.


Special Notes

All students must comply with the Policies and Procedures found on The Center's website. There will be no refunds for students removed from class for failure to observe The Center’s Policies and Procedures.


- 3-10 objects to be incorporated into your artwork (the more the merrier, think about how things go together)

- 2 8x10 or larger canvases

- acrylic paint

- a pencil

- old magazines or past art projects to cut and add to this piece (think colage) 

- hot glue, and or fast drying strong glue

- this project relies on your creativity so bring whatever mediums you enjoy to create with


About the Instructor

William Staats

William Staats (Wil) has been a life long student of the arts. Wil attended Bridgewater Raritan High School where he took many art classes and was involved in the Somerset County 4-H fine arts club and open divisions. Wil continued studying art in college and further developed his passion for ceramics. Outside of his schooling, Wil is the makeup director for Scare Farm, and loves exploring fun and new ways to create art. 


Class Details

February 06 - March 12, 06:30 pm - 09:00 pm

Days: Tuesday

Tuition: $210

Member Tuition: $185

Location: The Center for Contemporary Art

Semester: Winter 2024

Level: Adult (All Levels)

Instructor: William Staats